Rescate de Perro
Nuestro objetivo es hacer buenas parejas tanto para los adoptantes como para los perros. ¡Queremos mascotas felices y gente feliz! Nuestros animales adoptables reciben la siguiente atención médica:
Examen médico y examen veterinario
Vacunación combinada contra el moquillo
Vacunación contra Bordetella
Tratamiento antipulgas y preventivo
Desparasitación para parásitos intestinales
El costo de cuidar a un perro puede aumentar rápidamente. En SOS, se requiere una donación de un mínimo de Mex $ 500 para adoptar un perro adulto o un cachorro. Esto es lo que normalmente nos cuesta mantener a su nuevo compañero seguro y saludable.
You can also contact "The Ranch" or Clicker Pets for dogs located at their shelter.
Or contact SOS Chapala Dog Rescue for any of these dogs.
Teddy is happy-go-lucky, with a playful spirit. He likes other dogs and is also a people pleaser. One of his favorite things is to play fetch in the play yard. He gets very excited when it is time for him to go for a walk, and he walks very well on a leash.
Our staff always walk Teddy as soon as possible after their arrival in the morning, because they know he is too fastidious to soil his kennel. To remind our folks that Teddy will only do his business away from his home, Teddy developed the signature move of always pooping in the middle of the road. Our volunteers find this oddly charming (dog people…gotta love ‘em!)!More importantly for you, this means that Teddy’s adopter is unlikely to experience any housebreaking accidents with tidy Teddy!
Teddy had long shared a kennel with a beautiful female Pit Bull named Gorda, but now he’s all on his lonesome.
It would be a joy to anyone to bring this great dog into your home. He has waited so long to get sprung from the shelter. Wouldn't you give this deserving boy his greatest wish?
This Chachi is a very special dog. He’s a sweet, healthy 1 year old black Labrador retriever mix but he can be very shy and cautious. The volunteers at SOS have been working with him but he is still easily frightened by new people and cars. He’s a very kind and friendly dog, he just takes a little longer to be comfortable with new things than some dogs. He’ll need a forever home that’s willing to give him time to come out of his shell and adjust to a new home. Chachi has a lot of love to give. Now he needs a little patience and training to help build up his confidence and he needs people who are willing to give him that opportunity.
Chachi weighs 20 kilos (45 pounds) now and will not grow much more. Chachi has distinctive good looks with sleek, short black fur with a small white blaze on his chest and tiny white highlights on his toes. The most striking thing about him is that one of his eyes is half brown and half blue. How’s that for eye catching?! He’s stunningly handsome good boy with a sweet personality.
On a recent visit to a volunteer’s house, Chachi was a wonderful passenger in the car. He sat on the seat and then stretched out to enjoy the ride. Once at his hosts’ home, he was calm and mild mannered and he was submissive to the small dog there. He has experience sharing a kennel and walks well with other dogs his size. Spending time with other dogs and the volunteers at the shelter has helped him build more confidence.
Chachi is a real treasure. He is eager to get beyond his shyness and find the right person or people to love. He has a mellow personality and he’d fit in well with a calmer household. Even though he’s only a year old, he seems mature for his age. It’s probably his thoughtful demeanor that makes him seem more like an adult. Chachi has a very sweet spirit and would be a loving addition to the right forever home.
Jacko is runway-model thin, with a feathery jet-black coat. Our best guess is that he is mostly flat-coated retriever, but with some lanky sighthound (and perhaps the tail of a German Shepherd Dog), thrown in. He is about a year and half old and weighs about 21 kilos (47 pounds).
Jacko is easy to walk once you coax him out of the safety of his kennel. He gets along well with other dogs, but prefers dogs who are gentle like he is. This great guy will be a wonderful addition to any mellow family.
Ángel appears to be a mix of white Shepherd and perhaps Labrador Retriever. He weighs about 22 kgs/48 lbs. His big pink bunny ears make him extra adorable! Ángel is a young fellow, a little over a year old, and he’s likely already reached his full size.
Ángel has been in a foster home since shortly after he was left with us. Ángel’s foster parents report that he is studiously housebroken. He can usually make it through the night, but he wakes a foster parent with a sweet kiss if he needs a potty break during the night. Ángel doesn’t love being crated, but he tolerates it (with a little whining). Ángel is extremely affectionate, and very devoted to his foster parents. He had started to display some excess protectiveness when his foster parents had visitors, but that has much improved thanks to the efforts of SOS’ in-house dog behaviorist. Ángel gets along great with other dogs, and he especially loves playing with his larger foster sister!
Ángel shows evidence of having survived a case of distemper when he was younger. Few dogs survive that illness, so in a way Ángel was lucky (although having had an owner who bothered to vaccinate him as a puppy would have been far more fortunate…). The main residual effect for Ángel is that he exhibits a neurological tic when he is relaxed or falling asleep. The tic is not present when he is active or sound asleep. Ángel was recently started on daily gabapentin therapy, and his foster parents are happy to report a noticeable decrease in the intensity of Ángel’s tics! Potential adopters should be aware that, assuming that Ángel is to stay on gabapentin, it requires oral dosing three times a day. Ángel readily
Manny is a black Labrador retriever mix who exudes calm and contentment in a chaotic world. He’s about 4 years old which means he can provide you with the very best dog years, without that awkward adolescent stage. You can go directly to the mellow, friendly adult personality that makes Labradors one of the most beloved dog breeds.
Manny is a handsome fellow with a black shiny coat and a white blaze on his chest. He weighs around 20.5 kilos (45 pounds) which means he’s smaller than the average black lab (thanks to his mystery mix). His compact size will make it even easier to take him along on adventures.
Manny is well-mannered, easy to walk, adaptable, easygoing, and independent. He can be a little aloof with some dogs, but he has experience sharing a kennel and spending time in a play yard with other dogs where he did well.
Manny’s calm and friendly personality would make him a great fit for a family, couple, or single owner. He’s a great dog who deserves a loving forever home. Or, perhaps some loving forever home deserves him!
If you have any questions about Manny, please contact Bone Voyage Dog Rescue at email@example.com.
This adorable small American Bull Dog/Boxer mix will grab on and hold onto to your heart and love you forever. Meet Toby: handsome, friendly, playful, athletic and always exuberantly happy. (He has this adorable habit of dancing back and forth from one front paw to another whenever he thinks a human may visit or take him for a walk.) He is about four years old, weighs 18.6 kilos (41 pounds), and has a beautiful red and white coat.
In a recent trip away from the shelter, Toby hopped in the car only after his host got in the car. He was comfortable and appeared to enjoy the car ride. After arriving at the host's home, Toby jumped right out of the car and started exploring. He seemed to be house trained. And, at family meal time, while he displayed an interest in the food, like many dogs, he didn't beg. He waited patiently, sitting quietly near the dining table while his hosts had lunch. (They gave him a treat of scraps afterward!)
Toby is friendly with other dogs and has been housed with a few different dogs in the short time he has been at the shelter. He still needs more leash training although he appears to have experience walking off leash. He responds well to being called and being directed. Toby is a lively, happy boy who would just love to be adopted by an individual or family—-maybe you?—-who will give him a good life, plus plenty of exercise and outdoor adventures. In return, Toby promises to be your best pal, and your devoted, loving companion!
Lovey lives up to her name. That’s really all you need to know about this pretty girl. She is a large blonde dog, about lab size, who would love to spend the balance of her years in a loving home. Lovey is one of the more mature dogs at the shelter, but she is healthy and beautiful.
Lovey landed in the shelter and all we know is that she came from less-than-ideal circumstances. She certainly has not let that bear on her opinion of people, though. She is calm and affectionate and enjoys a walk. She walks well on a leash and is easy to handle. She loves a treat, too.
Don’t believe that you can’t teach old dogs new tricks; an older dog is calmer and has a longer attention span. None of us like the idea of being alone in our later years. Older dogs need love, too. Maybe you could give Lovey what we are all craving ourselves—a home in the company of someone who loves us. She has plenty of life left and she has lots of love to give. She is so much more than her age.